This list will link you to research guides for all of the different disciplines we teach at UNLV. In these guides, subject librarians recommend databases that will help you connect with the work of other researchers in that discipline. I anticipate that many of your questions will be addressed in the disciplines below. Sometimes the fit between question and discipline isn't clear cut -- I'm happy to help!:
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"Electric vehicles" AND "charging stations"
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So, if you want to learn about how education level influences attitudes toward electric vehicles, search
"electric vehicles" AND education
If you want to learn about how researchers have used surveys to learn more about attitudes toward electric cars, search
"electric vehicles" AND surveys
If you find a useful source in another researcher's bibliography, you can usually find it by copying and pasting the title of the article or book into Quicksearch.
Try it with these citations:
If you find a very relevant source that is at least a year old, you can usually use Google Scholar to find studies that cite that source. It's a good way to find more recent information that addresses closely related research questions.
If you are using a library computer, Google Scholar records should include a link to "Find Text @ UNLV" that searches our library system with just one click.
If you are using your personal device, you can set up similar links in Google Scholar by going to
Get it through Interlibrary Loan: